MICHIGAN CITY — While discussing the themes behind “Spinning Into Butter,” the latest production at the Canterbury Theatre, John Records Landecker, Chicago radio icon and show cast member, said its story is as applicable today as it was in the ‘90s when it was written.

“The story of ‘Spinning into Butter’ is about racism and prejudice, and not just ‘in general’ in our society,” he said, “but also specifically on an incident that occurs on a college campus. And the incident that occurs is very similar to an incident that occurred at Harvard three weeks ago.”

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